Warm Weather Brings Huge Crowd To 20th Annual Easter Egg Hunt In Bemidji
More than 1,000 kids and their parents attended the 20th annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Bemidji High School.
There were over 5,000 eggs stuffed with candy for the kids to grab. Kids were called out by age groups and there was a total of three rounds before all the eggs were gone. After the egg hunt, people enjoyed a free picnic lunch.
“The best thing I think about RP Broadcasting is the ties to the community and the different community events we do for families and children between the egg hunt and and Treat Street. It’s such a wonderful thing to watch everybody come out, be part of this great community, and the turnout is always wonderful and everybody is always so excited,” RP Broadcasting Program Director Jodi St. John said.